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Today's Brief: Christians, Stand Down!
they don’t want you looking at France or the underhanded bill they are trying to sneak through to shut down the internet before America turns into Paris, with guns…
Let me start off by saying gays are practically incapable of random acts of violence. Twenty years of working security in some of the toughest clubs in New York City and I can’t recall ever having a problem with either a sword swallower or a carpet muncher. Gays don’t do violence. So right away my bullshit detectors were blaring for the latest school shooting psy-op, this time in Nashville. Was it something I said?
“Pumas going in. Vans going out. All bullshit. Used a pre recorded training video. Explains why they released the body cam footage so quickly. They had it all set up and ready to go.” - @DanScavino https://t.co/mIvTj4DAud" / Twitter
These will be airbrushed, and explanations made but I rest my case. Once again Alex Jones is right in the middle of it trying to incite violence just like he was doing in Richmond on Martin Luther King Day, 2020. Somebody ought to give the fat little fuck just what he wants but leave the gays alone if you are a Christian, their trying to get you to react before you are ready for them.
Besides they don’t want you looking at France or the underhanded bill they are trying to sneak through to shut down the internet before America turns into
Paris, with guns…
POSTED BY: TYLER DURDEN VIA ZEROHEDGE MARCH 30, 2023
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The war on Free Speech and the First Amendment is accelerating with the introduction of a supposedly bi-partisan anti-TikTok bill. If enacted, the government would have dictatorial power to shut down websites, impose harsh prison sentences and huge fines. The Restrict Act must not be allowed to pass! ⁃ TN Editor
The RESTRICT Act, introduced by Sens. Mark Warner (D-VA) and Tom Thune (R-SD), is aimed at blocking or disrupting transactions and financial holdings linked to foreign adversaries that pose a risk to national security, however the language of the bill could be used to give the US government enormous power to punish free speech.
Warner, a longtime opponent of free speech who, as Michael Krieger pointed out in 2018 (and confirmed in the Twitter Files) pushed for the ‘weaponization’ of big tech, crafted the RESTRICT act to “ake swift action against technology companies suspected of cavorting with foreign governments and spies, to effectively vanish their products from shelves and app stores when the threat they pose gets too big to ignore,” according to Wired.
Bad actors listed in the bill are; China, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Russia, and Venezuela.
In reality, the RESTRICT Act has very little to do with TikTok and everything to do with controlling online content.
In very specific terms a lot of U.S. websites would be impacted. Why? Because a lot of websites use third-party ‘plug-ins’ or ‘widgets’ or software created in foreign countries to support the content on their site. The “Restrict Act” gives the DNI the ability to tell a website using any “foreign content” or software; that might be engaged in platform communication the U.S Government views as against their interests; to shut down or face a criminal charge. In very direct terms, the passage of SB686 would give the Dept of Commerce, DNI and DHS the ability to shut down what you are reading right now. This is a big deal. –The Last Refuge
The RESTRICT Act can also be used to punish people using Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) if they’re used to access banned websites, and directs the Secretary of Commerce to “identify, deter, disrupt, prevent, prohibit, investigate, or otherwise mitigate” that which is deemed a national security risk associated with technology linked to the above countries.
Penalties include fines of up to $1 million or 20 years in prison, or both.
The RESTRICT Act is not limited to just TikTok. It gives the government authority over all forms of communication domestic or abroad and grants powers to “enforce any mitigation measure to address any risk” to national security now and in any “potential future transaction”
More via Reason:
The language describing who the RESTRICT ACT applies to is confusing at best. The commerce secretary would be authorized to take steps to address risks posed by “any covered transaction by any person,” right? So what counts as a covered transaction? The bill states that this means “a transaction in which an entity described in subparagraph (B) has any interest.” Entities described in subparagraph B are a “foreign adversary; an entity subject to the jurisdiction of, or organized under the laws of, a foreign adversary; and an entity owned, directed, or controlled by” either of these. Foreign adversaries can be “any foreign government or regime” that the secretary deems a national security threat.
It’s a bit gobbledygooked, but this could be read to imply that “any person” using a VPN to access an app controlled by a “foreign adversary” or its alleged minions is subject to the secretary’s ire. Hence anyone using a VPN to access TikTok would be in trouble—specifically, subject to up to $1 million in fines, 20 years in prison, or both.
According to Warner’s office, however, the provisions only apply when someone is “engaged in ‘sabotage or subversion’ of communications technology in the U.S., causing ‘catastrophic effects’ on U.S. critical infrastructure, or ‘interfering in, or altering the result’ of a federal election in order for criminal penalties to apply,” and would target “companies like Kaspersky, Huawei and TikTok … not individual users.”
Except that the bill specifically says; “no person may cause or aid, abet, counsel, command, induce, procure, permit, or approve the doing of any act prohibited by, or the omission of any act required by any regulation, order, direction, mitigation measure, prohibition, or other authorization or directive issued under, this Act.”
So that was bullshit.
Tucker Carlson had a great recent segment on this featuring Glenn Greenwald:
Here are the Republicans supporting the RESTRICT Act.
Sen. Thune, John [R-SD]
Sen. Fischer, Deb [R-NE]
Sen. Moran, Jerry [R-KS]
Sen. Sullivan, Dan [R-AK]
Sen. Collins, Susan M. [R-ME]
Sen. Romney, Mitt [R-UT]
Sen. Capito, Shelley Moore [R-WV]
Sen. Cramer, Kevin [R-ND]
Sen. Grassley, Chuck [R-IA]
Sen. Tillis, Thomas [R-NC]
Sen. Graham, Lindsey [R-SC]
And that’s really all you need to know…
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